(syn. Eudyptes Ϯ Macaroni Penguin E. chrysolophus) Gr. κατα kata opposite; genus Eudyptes Vieillot, 1816, penguin (cf. δυπτης duptēs diver < δυω duō to dive); "Catadyptes, gen. nov. Somewhat like Eudyptes, but with fourteen tail-feathers, not sixteen. A naked, somewhat tumid space at the base of the beak, which is of a light pink colour. The crest differs in construction in that it spreads across the forehead and joins the opposite crest. In Eudyptes the crest on each side is quite distinct. Type, Catadyptes chrysolophus (Brandt)" (Mathews 1934).